For someone born at the tail-end of the eighties, ‘Been Meaning To Say’ sounds like it could well have been their first cassingle or at least a psych-tinged Britpop belter from Now 38’s tape two.

It’s chiefly due to the fact that funk and soul nostalgists Brothers Rasputin are all about that decade’s unabating fidgety grooves and earworming anthems, coming over like Kula Shaker if they’d got hooked on the Bee Gees and written about the pressures of living slap bang in the middle of London’s concrete wilderness and maze-like cobbled alleys.

Needless to say, the capital city-dwelling trio have made a moreish concoction here, one that we imagine would come alive in a dank, sweat-veiled cellar bar after dusk.